Key Arena Hotels

Key Arena hotels include a variety of large, well-known chains that offer superior service and have a long-standing reputation of solid service, well-equipped guest rooms, and exemplary guest services. There are several small, charming hotel options, too. Though it might seem that staying in the popular area in and surrounding downtown might be expensive, there are many hotels offering valuable, ongoing vacation deals and daily rate deals. Choosing hotels near Key Arena Seattle also means the option to walk to many attractions and things to do (including the Space Needle and surrounding Seattle Center), save on parking, and enjoy a detailed look at city life.

Mar Queen Hotel
Mar Queen Hotel

MarQueen Hotel Seattle is a boutique hotel situated on the northwest side of Key Arena, near Seattle Center. At seven city blocks away, it’s one of the most convenient hotels to Key Arena and also based in the vibrant Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle, known for great city views from its elevated location. MarQueen’s Seattle history derives from the building itself, which once housed the 1918 Seattle Engineering School—an old blacksmith training center. Beveled glass, classic red brick, and other vintage architectural details illustrate a quaint, genuine charm. Each of the 52 rooms feature a small kitchen, wireless Internet, daily local paper, room service, and evening wine reception.

Inn at Queen Anne
Inn at Queen Anne

Travelers on a budget favor the Inn at Queen Anne, one of the best value options for hotels near Key Arena Seattle. With an open-air garden patio and plenty of verdant green foliage surrounding it, it is an especially nice option in the warmer months, offering a great view of the Seattle skyline. Originated in 1928, the small, European-style inn features arched entrance doors, high ceilings, and antique furnishings throughout. Guests will appreciate the abundance of entertainment options, nearby dining spots, and other things to do in Seattle, as well as the easy access to both the Space Needle and Key Arena. In fact, this is one of the closest of all Key Arena hotels with some of the best deals going.

Hotels near Key Arena Seattle include the Hampton Suites Downtown Seattle (pictured at top), another hotel close to concert and sports venues, cafes, shops, and restaurants. Only a few miles from downtown, guests can easily get to waterfront cruise ship terminals, Olympic Sculpture park, and plenty of local pubs and bars for the Hampton’s location at 700 5th Avenue North, Seattle. The Seattle Monorail is only a couple of blocks away, which makes transportation a breeze. There are 198 guest accommodations divvied up into rooms with double beds, King Deluxe rooms, and two-room guest suites for larger groups. Satellite TV, free local calls, and high-speed Internet, an in-room safe, free voice-mail, and mini-kitchens in suites are provided.

The hotels closest to Key Arena present more budget-friendly options than Washington hotels near Safeco Field or Qwest Field, which are in the thick of Seattle action. Several options line Roy Street, a few blocks north of the arena. There are a cluster of options on the southeast side as well, just beyond Broad Street. Choosing one of the Key Arena hotels can be easily done via a great package deal. Using a booking tool, like the one found on this page, means finding customized deals that include only what you need. Finding cheap weekend packages for Seattle vacations maximizes savings and offers one-stop shopping where all the research is done for you.

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